Video – Mikel Arteta post match press conference, he is a happy man

Mikel Arteta secured his first win as the new Arsenal manager and he is absolutely delighted.

The constant smile on the face of Mikel Arteta tells you all you need to know, he is a very happy man following Arsenal’s win over Man Utd.

There were so many positives that it is hard to nail down one specific moment from the game but Arteta covers them all.

Arteta was very clear and open with his answers and clearly handles the media comfortably. It makes a change from listening to an Arsenal manager forced into making excuses and fluffing his lines.

This video from Arsenal.com via their Youtube channel was a pleasure to watch and I am certain you will also enjoy it.

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7 Comments

  1. Rory johnson says:

    Chambers out for nine months 🤬😭😭

  2. Break-on-through says:

    So impressed by Arteta, like seriously impressed every time I read or listen to him.

    I just love when our fans are all like that and watching how the players respond, it must be like a drug there at the end pure adulation throughout the ground, great stuff!!!

  3. Jim will fix it says:

    I can’t believe it. Gareth Southgate had indicated he would go to the Euros this year 😢

  4. Ingleby says:

    His interview appeared to radiate happiness and charm. He does seem a very positive and confident person without any arrogance.
    It comes across that he has a deep emotional attachment to the club.
    With sensible backing this could all be very good news. Time, of course will tell.

  5. Ingleby says:

    His interview appeared to radiate happiness and charm. He does seem a very positive and confident person without any arrogance.
    It comes across that he has a deep emotional attachment to the club.
    With sensible backing this could all be very good news. Time, of course, will tell.

  6. hydrogen_afc says:

    Always interesting when I listen to him since hes been appointed as the head coach, clearly knows how to handle the media

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